Saosin With Anthony Green To Play More Shows

by Zack Zarrillo - Oct 7, 2014

It looks like Anthony Green and Saosin will be playing more shows in January.

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Saosin + Anthony Green Are Considering Making An Album

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 20, 2014

Don’t hold your breath, but Anthony Green has confirmed that Saosin are tossing back and forth the idea of doing a record sometime within at least a year from now. Read a full interview here and more details below after the jump.

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Anthony Green Releases ‘Prevention Songs’ With All Proceeds Going Towards Suicide Prevention

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 14, 2014

It’s been a heavy week in the news. Anthony Green has responded in his own way by releasing Prevention Songs, two tracks where all proceeds will go towards the American Association of Suicide Prevention. Stream and download below after the jump.

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POZ Interview: Circa Survive

by Zack Zarrillo - Aug 13, 2014

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Circa Survive ended their tour last month with a sold-out show in Philadelphia, PA. Before they hit the stage, Katie Krzaczek had the chance to sit down with Anthony Green to talk about the new Circa album, his own work, Will Yip, Lana Del Rey, and more. Read up below!

by Katie Krzaczek

You’re from the area. How is playing a show—a sold out show, at that—here different from anywhere else?
Anthony Green: There’s a familiarity to being in Philadelphia. I talk to people all the time when we travel about, you know, “You’re from wherever, Bumsville, Pittsburgh,” and they have this, like, “This is where I’m from, yeah I love this town.” I say I’m from Philly—I really grew up in the suburbs of Philly—but I grew up going to shows here, going to R5 shows here, more specifically. Going to the Church, going to Kill Time and the Stalag.
 
Philly also has its own kind of fan when it comes to music and art and sports, just everything. They’re a little bit more passionate. They’re a little bit more wild. They’re easier to lube up: when you come out [on stage], right away they’re going crazy. They’re very giving; they come and they’re just ready to give all this energy to you. You know, maybe that’s just a hometown thing, but I think it has a lot to do with just this city being a passionate, crazy, wild place. I definitely get the feeling like I’m home here, and people are proud of you being from their city, whether it’s a sports team or a band. Our little community in Philadelphia is really proud of us, and we’re really proud to call them fans and to have them as part of our community. We have a mutual respect that’s elevated and accentuated when we get into a room together, and we just know it’s time to fuck shit up.
 
Good Old War has been a big part of that Philly community. Over the years, you’ve become good friends with the band, so how will Tim Arnold’s leaving the band affect your solo work? [Good Old War have served as Green’s backing band on his solo projects and the corresponding tours]
AG: I’m not 100 percent sure what the future of my solo music is going to be, but the music I’m working on right now is very minimalist compared to Young Legs and Beautiful Things. There isn’t a great amount of instrumentation; it’s really just an acoustic guitar or a single piano and lots of vocals. So I wasn’t really sure if I was going to have a band play with me on this record. If I was to tour again with a full band, it might be time to change it up. It might be time to add or subtract people. I love Tim Arnold so much from the bottom of my heart, and I want to continue to play music with him. I would love to do another solo tour where I have some of the guys from Good Old War and Tim Arnold in the band still, but I just don’t know how it looks yet. I’ve been so tunnel visioned on Circa, and I even have other projects that are pretty intense going on kind of simultaneously; I’d love to do something with Saosin after the Circa record. So that’s, like, a year or two down the line. I’m not really thinking of anything but Circa at the moment, but I do have a bunch of solo songs that I’m working on while I’m doing this, and I just don’t hear a full band vision with most of them. Tim Arnold and I will for sure continue to work together, though. Whether it’s solo or we’re talking about doing a full length High and Driving record, just him and me. We’ll figure it out.

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Outside of working with the guys in Good Old War, you’ve done a lot of collaborations: Nate Ruess, Chino Moreno and Sam Means [formerly of The Format], most recently, with the Blue Jeans cover, which was very unexpected.
AG: Yeah, I got a lot of flak for that [laughing]. I love Lana Del Rey, but there are a lot of people that don’t. I got a lot of bullshit from hardcore fans asking, “Why would you do that?” but, you know what? That song is awesome. [Fans would say] “It’s so mainstream. Why would you do a mainstream song like that?” And I’d say, just because a song is liked by a lot of people doesn’t make it bad. If that were the case, you’d end up hating a lot of people, like the Beatles and Bob Dylan and Bob Marley.

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ex-Saosin Frontman Cove Reber Comments On Anthony Green Reunion

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 10, 2014

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Cover Reber was in the audience this weekend for a reunion show with Saosin and Anthony Green. Reber commented on the reunion show, and you can read it below after the jump.

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Saosin Are Working On New Music With Anthony Green

by Zack Zarrillo - Jun 5, 2014

Saosin are working on new music with frontman Anthony Green. The band worked on material a few years ago, but nothing has since been released. Check out a post form the band below!

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Saosin Announce Two Chain Reaction Reunion Shows

by Zack Zarrillo - May 27, 2014

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Saosin are taking their reunion with Anthony Green to the West Coast this June. The band is playing two shows at the Chain Reaction on one day on June 5th. Check out details on how to get tickets below after the jump.

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Saosin Reunion Show Full Set Stream

by Zack Zarrillo - May 18, 2014

Saosin reunited with Anthony Green for an unforgettable show on Friday night in Philadelphia. Watch their full show below after the jump.

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Saosin Reunion Show Set List

by Zack Zarrillo - May 16, 2014

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Saosin just reunited with Anthony Green for an unforgettable show that included Translating The Name, b-sides, and two new songs. Check out the band’s set list below after the jump. 

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Sam Means (ex-The Format) Streams “Blue Jeans” Ft. Anthony Green

by Zack Zarrillo - May 13, 2014

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Sam Means (ex-The Format) has released a new song called “Blue Jeans” that features Anthony Green on vocals. Stream the song below after the jump.

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Saosin To Play ‘Translating The Name’ EP, Singles, And New Ideas At Reunion Dates

by Zack Zarrillo - May 2, 2014

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Saosin are reuniting for several different shows with Anthony Green over the next month and a half. The band will be playing Translating The Name in full, “Mookie’s Last Christmas,” “I Can Tell (There Was An Accident Here Earlier),” and some new ideas at those shows. Check out a tweet from Green below after the jump.

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Anthony Green Stripped Down “The More You Get The Less You Are”

by Zack Zarrillo - Apr 26, 2014

Anthony Green recently covered an acoustic version of ”The More You Get The Less You Are” for Ernie Ball. Watch the video here via AltPress or below after the jump.

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Saosin Announce Weekend Reunion Tour With Anthony Green

by Zack Zarrillo - Apr 22, 2014

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Saosin have announced a weekend reunion tour with Anthony Green. Check out the dates below after the jump!

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Saosin Weekend Reunion Tour Announcement Is Imminent

by Zack Zarrillo - Apr 22, 2014

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It looks like Saosin will be announcing a weekend reunion tour with Anthony Green today. Check out teaser dates below after the jump.

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